Get from A to B with the LIU's surface to surface high speed transport.
About this creation
LIU Dart Transport
The Ludgonian Industrial Union presents the Dart Transport. Unlike the LIU's other transport, the super-sized LIU Titanus Transport, the Dart Transport is small enough to land and take off from the surface. However, it can only carry nine passengers compared to the Titanus Transport's forty three. We recommend the Dart Transport for any budding empire or any airline that flies into low traffic planetary destinations. Buy one today and take advantage of the release sale.
The Dart Transport, in order to be able to take off and land on a planet's surface, was designed to be ultra-lightweight and aerodynamic. This was achieved with composite materials and a unique length to width ratio. At 54 studs long by 4 studs wide(the engines are 8 studs wide), the Dart Transport is modeled after the aerodynamic dart.
One pilot, sitting at the point of the dart, drives the ship.
A view of the cockpit...
The passenger cabin is thirty two studs long and holds nine passengers.
The cabin swings upwards to load and unload passengers. Here, you can see a cloaked albino, a LIU Prison Guard, a battle droid, and six other passengers sitting in their seats waiting to take off. The LIU and Grasshopper Airlines do not discriminate against any droids as long as the price is right, although some droids may find the accommodations are to small.
The accomodations are slightly cramped, but the Dart Transport's high speeds make most trips short enough for this not to be a problem.
The oversized engines give the Dart Transport high powered thrust.
Luggage is stored in a compartment between the engines.
A LIU Luggage Hovercraft coasts in at the last minute to load, yep you guessed it, luggage.
It seems backpacks are the luggage of choice for these cheap slackers.
The front of the hovercraft lowers to form a bridge to the luggage hold.
Juan, the porter, chucks some nasty yellow backpack into the hold.
The hold now fully loaded.
Maintenance Worker Fred drives up his hover cart to conduct one last overview.
Fred loads some oil.
The passengers inside become uneasy when they see Fred tinkering with the engine before take off.
Note: Yes....we know the LIU Dart Transport is a glorified passenger jet. We also know that you want one. Orders placed within one week of the release date can save up to .007% on their bill.
Wow, that's amazing... One of the few things wrong with it is that it looks a bit weird being so long without something jutting out more often. Also, could you please explain to me what all this stuff about Allies/Enemies is on some of these Sci-Fi lego pages? It looks interesting, but I have no clue what any of it is.
Hmm... where to begin.
Ok, unlike most of your designs, this one doesn't really strike me as creative use of pieces. just slants on top, engines at the back, and blocky the rest.
It's fairly good, but not really nicely colored.
Nice cheap affordable reliable craft.